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Thread: A Windows Vista Problem- HELP PLEASE!!!!

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    Default A Windows Vista Problem- HELP PLEASE!!!!

    Yes, all you mac lovers can laugh all you want against the people that have Windows, but not everyone can afford a Mac, sooooooooo, I have a problem with Vista, (MY ONLY PROBLEM WITH IT). It seems when ever I run anything in full screen, my screen will go black and the computer will stop responding. For example, I would watch a youtube video in full screen for like 30 seconds then the computer goes black, but I can still hear audio. I press the Escape button tro get out of full screen and a little box will pop up out of my event window and say this.

    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/gg144/Your_Worst-Nightmare/atikmdagdriverphoto.jpg

    If my tiny bit of nerdyness is corect the ati part of the atikmdag must mean my ATI Graphics Card, right

    Oh what to do?

    Please help!

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    have you tried updating your cards drivers?

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    Try fully uninstalling / reinstalling your driver for your graphics card. If you don't know how, let us know.

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    Reinstalling the drivers dosen't always help. I have had the same problem on my old computer and reinstalling didn't help.

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    I have done that Fallen, it didn't work. ANd mm3, I have unistalled the drivers for my graphics card and nada happened.

    But I have found a patch, but not a fix to the problem. I just turned of Windows Areo theme off and turned on Windows Vista Basic theme. But I also hear that it is just not ATI card users that are affected, Nvidia card users are reporting the same thing......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Your Worst Nightmare View Post
    Nvidia card users are reporting the same thing......
    Which was my card. 6600GT APG.

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    Can't help you since my graphics card is another brand, but it happened to me once. I don't remember what caused it, but I think it happened while I was updating the driver, and I haven't had any other problem concerning that since then.

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    How much memory(RAM) is you computer running on.

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    cant really help ya ywn, I ran vista and it gave me a similar graphix problem, I just went back to 2000, I will read up on it for ya

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